Research Australian architectural and built environment history using the collection of over 200,000 items housed in UniSA’s Architecture Museum.
The Museum’s unique collection, available to scholars and the public alike, includes architectural drawings, correspondence, photographs and architects’ personal papers. The focus is on materials produced by architects working in private practice in South Australia during the 20th century, particularly in the period circa 1910 to 1980.
The Museum’s research collection is an invaluable repository of information for researchers, architects, planners, engineers, heritage consultants and all those interested in our built history.
We invite you to explore our collection and other resources.